In 2012, Rich Clarkson created a piece of art using reclaimed wood that he had on his farm in Colden. His wife, Alice, loved his creation, and she said she wanted to try and sell it.
The Town of Marilla senior lunch program will begin on Mon., Jan. 23 at the Marilla Community Center on Two Rod Road. The program, run by Erie County Senior Services, will be taking place on Monday and Fridays. All seniors 60-years-old and older will be eligible for lunch.
What can an ogre, a princess, a talking donkey and a king share with students about the middle school experience? Those involved with the Iroquois Middle School drama club’s production of Shrek Jr. will tell you quite a lot.
Preliminary discussions of the 2017 to 2018 budget began at the Jan. 11 school board meeting with the East Aurora school district stating it must raise revenues for next year. The property tax cap was enacted by New York State in 2011, and each year the the school district has stayed below the cap. However, at the last board meeting there was a discussion about going over the cap for the following school year.
Members of the Marilla Town Board want to push for a traffic study following another accident at the intersection of Two Rod and Bullis roads. The accident occurred hours before the Jan. 12 board meeting, and Councilman Brian Nolan said they are going to push New York State and Erie County harder for a light to be installed.
When she started on her path towards becoming a therapist, Darci Cramer was always interested in what was going on for the families of clients. As she studied different cases in school, she said the relationships between people felt more important as a career versus only looking at an individual.
It was a sure sign that Christmas was coming: The East Aurora Advertiser photographer making his annual trek down to the Post Office to take the picture of Postmaster Wayne H. Wright and other postal workers dwarfed by stacks of mailbags.